Root Canal

Treatment

Root canal treatment is applied in cases where the pulp (tooth nerve) is damaged in a way that it cannot repair itself with any condition like tooth decay or infection. With this treatment, it is aimed to restore functionality to the tooth that cannot function due to decay and infection and prevent tooth loss.

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Root Canal Treatment Process

Root canal treatment is performed in three stages. In the first stage, detailed radiography and dental examination are performed to see the condition of the tooth and determine the treatment. In this way, the dentist can clearly see the location and severity of infection in your teeth. After the preparation process, an inflamed pulp is removed by landing in the root canal by numbing the tooth. Then the inside of the tooth disinfected. If there is any decay in the tooth at this stage, treatment of these bruises will also be done. In the third stage, the pulp cavity and canals in the tooth that are free from infection are filled up to the root tip.

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Root Canal Treatment in Turkey

Recently, in line with new methods in cosmetic dentistry, especially in implant treatments, Turkey has become one of the most preferred countries in reliable dental treatments. So, as Luviacure we aim to add value to your health by combining medical and aesthetic applications in Turkey with world-class quality services and low cost. We promise a comfortable and pleasant treatment experience with our airport transfer, accommodation and English speaking assistant facilities, which we offer in line with our principle of being with you at all times from the beginning to the end of the process. We also provide you aftercare service to check if you have any complaints or adverse events after the surgery.

You can contact us for information about the procedure, costs and all the other topics you are interested in about our root canal treatments in Turkey!

Frequently asked questions

What are the symptoms that require root canal treatment?


-Pain that occurs spontaneously without any stimulus in the tooth -Toothache that is aggravated at night and does not respond to painkillers -Severe pain caused by the contact of cold and hot drinks to the tooth -Swelling around the teeth, gums, or lymph nodes -Tooth coloration and formation of tooth fistulas.




Is root canal treatment painful?


Root canal treatment is performed under local anesthesia. So since anesthesia is involved, the patient does not experience any pain sensation during the treatment.




How long does the procedure take?


Treatment depends on the structure of the tooth to be applied and the level of infection, but usually takes 30 to 60 minutes.




How many visits does it take for a root canal?


Root canal treatment is generally completed in one session. However, for the tooth that has complicated structure and serious inflammation, the treatment is completed in 2 or 3 sessions because of the necessity of drug application to the canal.




Is there any pain after root canal treatment?


After root canal treatment, especially for the first 2-3 days, temporary pain may occur in the treated area. These pains are not usually severe and are passed on by the use of painkillers prescribed by the doctor.




Does root canal discolor tooth?


Teeth that have been treated with root canal treatment may be brown, pink or gray in some cases. It is possible to provide an aesthetic appearance with teeth whitening or coating applications for the teeth in this situation.




What should be considered after root canal treatment?


After the treatment, you should be careful not to chew with on that tooth until the upper tooth filling is complete. In addition, during this process, you should avoid extreme hot and cold foods.




How long do the results last after root canal treatment?


It lasts in a lifetime with proper restoration and adequate attention to oral hygiene.





 
 

Procedure Overview

Procedure Overview


Landing in the root canal of the tooth and removing the inflamed tooth pulp and filling the canals after disinfecting the inside of the tooth.




Duration of Surgery


30 to 60 minutes. 90 minutes for more complex cases.




Expected Results


Tooth regains function like any other tooth by eliminating the infection.




Types of Anesthesia Used


Local anesthesia or sedation




Surgery Risks


Persistent pain, infection, reaction to anesthesia or medicine, slight discoloration on tooth, broken dental tool, need for endodontic treatment




Types of Anesthesia Used


General anesthesia




Visits Required


Depending on the structure of tooth and infection level 1-3 visits are required




Recovery / Return to Work


Next day after the operation




Final Results


Lifetime through proper restoration and good oral hygiene habits